Note: On October 28-29, I am teaching a two-day workshop in London on how to reset your social media efforts to employ approaches that work. This post addresses one of the approaches I’ll cover. The two-day workshop, from the International School of Communication, is open to registration here.
As pundits lament the volume of content online and the challenge marketers face of getting noticed amid all the noise, one tactic is demonstrating a lot of power but not getting all that much attention. Organizations that communicate to an audience of one using novel and creative approaches are getting attention from bigger audiences than the Read More »
As the founders of upstart social network Ello make their case for an ad-free experience as the rationale for switching from Facebook, brands are already staking their claims.
Some are advising restraint; Contently advises “it’s not a friendly place for brands to play right now; doing so would be the digital marketing equivalent of the Ferguson police chief trying to march in a protest calling for his own resignation.”
But there is no barrier to brands establishing profiles—in fact, there’s not even a real-name policy—and dozens of brands have succumbed to the allure of another place to hang a shingle.
New show ‘Chats with Chip’ to premiere on the FIR Podcast Network;
Quick News: Why we’re more likely to remember content with images and video, Yahoo kills Yahoo, KitKat’s #Bendgate tweet has officially eclipsed Oreo’s Super Bowl win, Sobo is Vine for audio; Ragan promo;
News That Fits: Is Ello a wakeup call or just another wannabe social network?; Dan York’s Tech Report: Ello, of course!, Facebook’s new “Atlas” ad platform, Known and IndieWeb, and more; the Apple iOS debacle, PR consequences and reputation damage; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; listener comments in audio and in the FIR Podcast Community on Read More »